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In the wake of 303 Creative, Colorado’s highest court agrees to hear the appeal of longsuffering Christian baker Jack Phillips

UPDATE: After more than a decade of being sued for refusing to bake cakes that celebrate activities he disagrees with, Christian cake artist Jack Phillips will have his most recent case heard by the Colorado Supreme Court. Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, has been targeted by LGBTQ activists and sued on three different occasions beginning […]

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Federal court rules that the Constitution permits the government to partner with religious foster care agencies

Judge cites two recent Supreme Court cases in finding that the secular push to eliminate faith-based child-placing agencies violates the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. The U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina on Friday handed down rulings in two cases in which plaintiffs were suing the U.S. Department of Health […]

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Canada is now forcing streaming providers to register with the government and promote Canadian “values”

Free speech advocates are alarmed at Canada’s increasing efforts to control and censor Internet content, with Elon Musk accusing Justin Trudeau of “trying to crush free speech in Canada.” The Canadian government is drawing intense criticism after taking numerous steps that many claim are an attempt to control the Internet and censor content it disagrees […]

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Biblical Worldview: A Christian Critique of America’s Welfare System

The welfare system in America is anti-biblical because it undermines the dignity of work, rewards idleness, penalizes marriage, and results in a cycle of dependence on — and even enslavement to — the federal government. As the number of welfare recipients in the United States continues to grow over time, many Christians are increasingly concerned […]

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America’s Immigration Policy: Straining Gnats and Swallowing Camels

Did you know that it is illegal to homeschool in Germany? If that sounds crazy, it’s because it is. But it is also sadly true. The country passed mandatory schooling laws in 1918, but after the war and during the Weimar Republic, “homeschooling was still legal and practiced, particularly by the upper class,” according to […]

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Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds states’ rights to ban child mutilation

“…life-tenured judges construing a difficult-to-amend Constitution should be humble and careful about announcing new substantive due process or equal protection rights that limit accountable elected officials from sorting out these medical, social, and policy challenges.” –CHIEF JUDGE JEFFERY SUTTON Tennessee and Kentucky’s bans on child mutilation may now go into effect following a decision by […]

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Babylon Bee files amicus brief in challenge to New York’s Online Hate Speech Law

Government restrictions on who can say what on social media are not just chilling individual speech — they’re also killing comedy. Christian satire website the Babylon Bee has filed a brief urging the Second Circuit for the U.S. Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court decision enjoining a New York law that requires social […]

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The Left’s New “Social Justice” Push Comes with an Early Death Wish

Apparently, by today’s woke orthodoxy, keeping yourself fit and healthy is just another example of repressive Western traditions — and more fodder for why those traditions must be torn down and built anew. The latest “victimized” class to air their grievances against America? Fat Liberationists. I mean, if rational thinking, delayed gratification, and hard work […]

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Anti-religious group takes aim at Auburn for campus worship event but seems to have misinterpreted the Constitution

“Unless and until this organization comes to us with something resembling proof that this has been coercive or forcing people to bow down in a way that they don’t want to do, then they need to go back and read the First Amendment that guarantees the free exercise of religion.” –JEREMY DYS, FIRST LIBERTY INSTITUTE […]

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